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THE SCrRAINTON TRIRUXE FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 22, 1S9G.
P.opH!..a PRICES PREVAIL.
BASE BALL GAMES
Providence Play the Syracuse Stars
Out of First Place.
SCRANTON THE SAME OLD STORY
Wilki'c-Uurn' TuoKu'hfhlcr Won
from Spriuulicld in a Mom lliltii
nnd I'it-ldini: ;niiiTli Gray I'm
. I'p an KrrurlfH Fight.
Buffalo.! a Scranton
Toronto 4 Wllkes-Barre.
Providence 6 Syracuse
Kochrster.'. 7 SprlnRfield
Tilt- Provldi-nre lirays pulled lJnl
IomI Kuntsuti-h'8 Sturs down out of th-lr
lofty perch nnd clirnhetl Into lead yes
terday. Knurr's pltelilns did It.
rVranton Inst attain at llufl'alo, tmt
that can't put us any lower than last
plare. That's Seranton's only eonsnla
tiou ut present. Kuchester had to play
bull all the time to win from the ponies.
w. i.. v.r.
12 ii .i!7
12 7 .UK
i:t s .!.!!
11 7 .in 1
ti 1:1 .:!
li r.i .:1M
a 12 .':!'
Todny's ISasicrn I.rngi"' tianien,
Scranton at Syracuse.
Wllkcs-Haiye nt ltochestef.
Hiovlilence at Mil flu lo.
SpilnKtleld at Toronto.
HQW SCRANTON LOST.
Vrry YpIIow field t'luy and Johnson"
. V, rtikni'SM Did It.
Special to the Scranton Trllnme.
HiilTnlo. May 21. Huffnln's run of
luck fontiiitieil today an-l t'-i'a itr
was hn'Viv l.ealen. niuklnK the seventh
stralahl victory fur the lii-xti.
Johnson was In the lox for Herai
ton nnd for three Innings it looked
about as If he was ahout to turn the
tide In Seranton's favor, only three
men on the KulTnUi side Rot to hat in
each of the, tirst thte innings but
here Johnson stopped nnd Uitflalo
wiped away all doubt in the minds of
the wavering fans by scoring up six
runs, owing to Johnson's weakness and
the veiv vellow work of Haffevly who
was In'letlt field.
" tloodenousth slnpled and Plymer
Beored him with n double banker. Hlu
iner tried to sttvtih the double anil
was nearly nipped but finally reached
third and then home through
Itafi'erty's bunding play. Wise tent a
Ioiik fly to KalToity v.hich til" littler
dropped: Field walked to tirst nnd
Orentlnifer bunted rarely. A wild pltc'n
scored two runs and I-ewce's single,
sent Smith across the rubber for tho
' roi'LDN'T STAXli I'llOSPKItlTY.
Scranton beiran well, Ward niakinir a
double and scoring on Meaney's slnsle.
A wild pitch and (iiciiiiiiKcr's fumble
of Flack's ground ball scored .Meancy.
After this the visitors cmld not fi""ii
Startzell until he let down to save his
arm In tin- ninth when they pulled in
another run on a double by Jiauuire Oil
lowed by three singles by Meaney and
Kugan. Eagan had taken Itaflerty's
place in left Held after the fourth in
ning. HulTalo continued to touc h Johnson up
for the remainder of the g.inie. Three
Plngles and a double in the lift It in-
nlni netting two runs, and a three bag
ger by t'lymcr in the seven Ih. followed
by a bane mi balls to Wise, a dropped tly
In r enter and u couple of singles scored
four more. The dropped lly was due to
bad coaching. Field sent the ball out
and Meaney had just nailed it wh-11
Flack ran into I1I111 knocking the bull
'out of his hands. The score follows:
A.I!. R. II. P.O. A. E
lOJdenough, if ..
Dreminger, 3b ...
Totals :i;t 12
A. 15. R. II. PH. A. K.
M any, i t'
' Kauan, If
Ilaffcity, ir .......
J I tl t i'tllllSUII, S8 ...
Jlurntr, lb ....
Williams, c ...
I II 11 I
Mctluire, Sb ...
1 :i a
Jhimuii. p 4 11 1 0 :i
1 Totals :si: :! 21 11 s
Iluffalo 11 11 11 1; 2 0 4 it x-12
Hcranton 2 II U 11 II II II li I - 3
Karitpi runs HulTalo, !!: Scnintoti, 2.
First biise on errors Muffalo, :I; Scruntoii,
-2. Left un basi s-Itiill'iilo, Scranlon, S.
First base on balls ilt' Starlm-il, :ij 01T
"Johnson. 2. Struck out My Siartxell. 2;
by Johnson. .1. Tlitve-base hit ( 'Ivnier.
Two-base lilts Ward, Mcllnlre, I'lviin-r,
1 Field. Stolen buses Wise, Meanv (21
liouble plays HtiirUel tu Field. Hit by
piti'lii'i'-Hy Startsscl, 1. Wild pitches
Slartiel, I; Johnson, 2. I'mplre Merman
ltoescher. Time l.lti. Attendance, 1,."HK).
' Dincrn, the Caiiiiiliiiii, Had the Alli
gators al His Merry.
Toronto, ( int., May 21. The Tornntos
made It three straight from Wilkes
Unrre today and succeeded In shutting
out Chaphiun's aggregation. Dlneeii
1 had thern'at his mercy and with almost
perfect support they failed to get a
man past third base. Keenan was hit
freely at times. Toronto scored Throe
In the third on a double by Casey,
'triples by O'ltrlen and Dowse and a
single by Wright. Freeman'B triple
and Ltitenberg's single gave them an
other In the eighth. Attendance SOU.
A.n. n. h.
I.ytle, If 3 0 0
. H. H. P.O. A. E.
(1 0 3 0 0
0 12 4 0
0 0 3 1 0
0 0 8 0 0
0 0 2 0 11
0 12 2 0
0 1 1 0 1
0 2 3.2 0
0-0 (1 1 0
0 5 21 10 "l
. R. II. P.O. A. E.
I) 1 2 0 0
0 13 2 0
1 2 0 0 0
0 2 13 1 0
0 0 1 0 ft
114 5 1
1 2 3 1 0
0 0 0 3 0
4 10 27 12 I
0 0 0 0 0 1 X 4
nonner, ZD 3 11
GrlRln. rf 4 0
Kaiie, lb 4 0 0
Betts. cr ; ., 4 I)
O. Smith, 3b 4 0
Totals 32 0
1 n li
Wright, ef '4 ' o'
j-auilen, ZD 4 U
Freeman, If 4 1
Lutenberg, lb 4 0
Bmtin, 3D 4 0
'asey, ss 4 I
O'Hrlen, If 4 1
owe, c 3
Dlneen, p 3
Wllkes-Barre 0 0 0 0
Earned runs Toronto. 3.
First base by
errors Toronto, 1. Left on bnses Wllkos
Jtarre, 9; Toronto, 6. First base on balls
- lift Dlneen, 8. Struck out By Dlneen, 3.
Three-bane hits O'Brien, Dowse, Free,
mam Two-bus hit Cssey. flacrltlce hits
- Honner. Smith. iKvjple plays' i.-'.m:i ti
Karl: 1'MSey tu I.u;-ocrg to Smith. Hit
by pitcher Lytic. Fussed baits- Dissin".
I. Time 1 3i. t'lnpiie Swariv.uod.
Spriiicfu'ld at ltochcicr.
KoieKter. N. V.. May 21. Rochester
ou iT.eo eries from Spitngfl-'ld by defeat-
Inu tnein hire today in an exit iieiu -xni
bition of the national gjine. timber was
in the box for suriiiunebl and was vrv
u dd. Kartell uas suitituted in tli eii;l''!i
and be as an e:djiiia. Altaoaih the
blacknirds diil lu.t score after the sever:
they had the game in their hands, litlioii.
for the locals, was very erieciive and .11
the last wo Innlittiit was inviu 'ibie. S ore;
It. 1 1.1.
Rochester (10 3 0 1 0 S 0 11 1 12 I
Spriimtleld I 'J n 1 2 a I 0 li i 11 1
Hauciics (SilU.n and Itoyd; (Iruber, Kas
fon mid (.iunsuii. l uipires -Kelly ai, l
I '1 a lie.
Providence nt Syracuse.
Syracuse. N. V., May 21. The superior
pitching of Knorr won today s game w itn
S.xrai-use. The Melding of the (riis was
errorless ami distinguished by brilliant
work throughout. Score;
Syracuse 0 11 0 I (t 1 (Ml 0 2 4 3
Providence n 11 I H 0 3 2 t 11 ti S 0
Ratterles I iclaney and' Keek: Horn and
lUxon. t'mpire (ialTney.
WE GET LATHAM.
The t'uiiioiis Ha-c ttnll Mil Mill Wear
11 Scranton I'nil'orin.
Arlle Latham, released by St. Louis,
will nhiy with Scranton. The deal was
made by wire by T. H. Prooks from
ButTalo, yesterday morning.
Latham Is one of the n'ist promin
ent ligures in base ball. There was a
time when he was one of the fastest
thin! basemen In the business, but In
recent years he has ligttred more as
a drawing card than a player. He was
with Cincinnati last ytar nnd stood
fourteenth on the list of twenty-one
National league third basemen in field
ing, and his hitting average was 310.
Ultham has been made famous by his
wit and coaching antics.
As the deal with him was not fin
ished until yesterday morning It Is not
likely that he vill Join the club until
tomorrow at Syracuse. It Is not known
here whether he will replace Magulre
111 third or be played in center Held.
All but one of yesterday's games
were close and well j.lnyed. the ex
ception being the Washington-Chicago
game. Cleveland and Clnelr.na'l re
niuin practically tied in lirst plr.ee. Bal
timore was shut out In one of the great
est pitcher's battles ever fought on the
Louisville grounds. The Senators ma.de
their Hist appearance of tho season In
Chicago nnd gave the Colts a bad beat
ing. Mci'illl, the (.maker, was wild in
the lirst Inning nt Pittsburg, nnd three
bases on bnlls and two singles resulted
In four runs, enou'rh to allow the Pi
rates to win though they could not hit
the little fellow nt all. Philadelphia
played a good, uphill game. The Cin
cinnati Kcds bunched their hits in the
sixth Inning and won their seventh
consecutive victory. Timely hitting by
Cleveland wen 'he lirst Eame of the
series from Boston.
P. VS. L. F.C.
Cleveland 2." 17 8 ."
Cincinnati 2 ! i.T'.i
Boston 2" 17 X .Ian
Pittsburg 2.1 1.1 In . '0
Baltimore 27 1.1 12 . i
Philadelphia 27 14 13 .r.19
Washington 27 11 VI .".If
Chicago 3 b'i "I .117
Brooklyn M 11 1.1 .-.-S
.New York 27 ! IS .M
St. Louis 27 ! IS .::
Louisville 27 li 21 .222
At Chicago- R.H.K.
Chicago n 0 0 n ill 0 3 2 i II .1
Washington 0 0 I 1 4 il .1 1 0-12 II .1
Battel ies llrilllth and KHtririge; Mer
cer and Mcllnlre. I'mplre Slicridiui.
At Pittsburg II. U.K.
Pittsburg 4 (HI 0 2 1) u 0 x ii li 2
Philadelphia 1) 11 0 I 0 2 H 2 0 -5 in 4
BatturieH Kllleii and Sufaleii; .McUill
and Boyle. I niplre -ICmslie.
At Cleveland R.ll.K.
Cleveland 2 0 10 II a 1 II IV- I hi I
Boston it 1 on 0 11 0 11 0 1 7 1
Batteries. Young and .limner; Nichols
and lieri;cn. I'mplre Wcidniuu.
At Cincinnati - R.ll.K.
Cincinnati 11 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 x - 4 ii 1
New York 0 I 11 0 11 0 1 0 11- 2 S 0
Batteries F01 email and I'eiU; lioiieny
and Wilson. I'mplre Keele.
At Louisville R.ll.K.
Louisville 0 II 0 U 0 II I 0 X - I I 2
lialtlmorn 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 n 0 2 1
llatteiies-Mclieriiiott and Miller; Ale.
Alalion ami itohiusnn. I uiplre -Hurst.
All Stfite lVaKUt Kitiiifs HclteilulHii to
ha' h.-pii pltiynd yestrj clay were past-luiit-(l
011 iu-cuiiiit of rain.
. - - -
UVEi OF PITCHERS.
Slurs of lire lto (ieucrally l Mot
Live to an !:l Auc.
The life of u pitcher Is short, al
though :onie of the greatifc't hav held
out a long lime. Terry of Chicago has
seen un tinny of them come and go.
(lalvlri, Keefe, Welch. Alul'ane, (Vrtith
ers, Clarksou, Ramsay, AlcCormack
nil have mad" their last struggle and
dropped from view sine' Ti ny has been
pitching but "Adonis" Terry s-tays,
llieie still. (Irlllitn has been wi h C!:i
cago since lite fall of 1X1W the rest of
Anson's pitchers are all youngsters.
.McMiihon bus been in tile Hold for
eight years or so. Hemming for six,
Kspcr six, Arthur Clarksou Mx, trailing;
a fill:" average for the Huston twlrlers.
Nichols has been six years with Bos
ton; Stivetts has benn at it eight years.
Mains eiffht. The other Boston pitch
ers are all new in comparison.
With Brooklyn. Setln has been in the
league six years, (lumbert eight, Ken
nedy only four. Clevclurd has hud
YouiiK six seasons. vh'l Chaitiberliiln
ranks near Terry in pop t of antiq'iity,
brenklng Into the btis'nes about nine
years np. With Cinc'n utl RjIium ha'i
bits had six years' training; Dwyer
seen, and Foreman would rank with
Terry-twelve years had he not laid
off a season or bt in h's jo tr er d tys.
Weyhing Is the orle l.ovlsvlilla n of e:;
1 enenfo- n' out el lit ye r Kits'e 1 a
ten 011 the- New Yo-k and I""d,iun-.rlln
t.'aui.i for reven y.nra. Mctl ll. of Ph .
ndelphln Ivis been In fr.at remiiiiny :x
seasons: the rest of t!:e fiuiker.! are
comparatively new comer. Nope of
the rittshurg slabmen han hod mnr
than five yenrs.ln the lcnritte. lire ten
fteln l.as tiitched al out live yetv-" f r
Von der Ah. en 1 Maul, or Wn'sH -gio.i.
has been In th busire.-s n ti" y a.s.
BASE BALL NOTES.
Will Syracuse do a thing to us? Several
And Johnson pitfhed Monday, tm. Tt
Hr 88 "lou,fn 11 was a" ov,'r wltn '''
Scranton will he at the hesd of the list
with the percentage record turned up
It has been reported here that Tom Pow.
er"s Illness Is more serious than was tit
John Brooks Is In New York city and is
leaving nothing undone toward procuring
The Buffalo reporters didn't know that
Princeton's Ittus "varsity eatcher. "Bealty""
Williams, was Seranton's backstop yes
terday. Toronto's attendance figures don't speak
well for a city with a winning club. If
Scranton had such a winning -trenk at
home. Athletic park wouldn't hold the
Pond, the Baltimore t wirier who has
made such a record thin yeur, is a full
flc.lKed doctor of medicine. He is quite
oung, h;i lung hair, smokes a pint.
the bicycle walk, but, aside from this, my,
how he can ;ilch!
Should Hamilton lead the league in base
running this season Long should be gKvn
a Krt-al part cf'the credit. Hamilton i3
fast us to his feet and Herman Is fast us
10 his generalship. Am soon hs Herman
reaches lirut base he got-4 down on the lir.-t
ball pitched. long "unconsciously" inter,
fere with the catcher and me base is
A It lory werks wonders ill IaiuIsvUI"
After Thursday's game a lot of thecrauks
11c I regular rooters at the bark got a bras
Lam) and proceeded to the dressing louin
to serenade .Manager McUunnlglt- and his
nun. A: the conclusion of the serenade
ttuy marched the manager out of thtf
grounds, the leaders carrying the big (lor d
uttering presented on the held.
Pitcher Harper reported to Manager
Bui us in Biiftulo yesterday. He will pl ot,,
ably pitch today at Syracuse. Rochester
bus tMed a claim for hint as Shannon
e utetids he had opened ncnotiatloi'S for
1: 1 ii Ht the time of his transfer fruiu
Brooklyn to Serair.ua, but as Harocr is
leaned and not sold II does not seem like
ly that Shannon's kick will amount to
Cuylor In Thursday's Herald: "Farrvlt
and Fuller are suffering from very sore
shoulders. Frrtll whs hit twice in tne
lust Cleveland game by sharp foul tips on
his rleht should-r. almost doubling his aria
for a few dsys. Fuller was soaked twice
on bis throwing arm by pitched balls in
Louisville, and It became so ne.iv that to
throw was painful. Now that Stsdord,
who relieved him, is doing so well il i.
hardly likely th.it .Shorty" will soon gel
back imtm the teuni. Flynn telegraphs
1 :'(.:.! Cincinnati that he Is In condition to
work and he will go east with the team.
FulbT. I'niiiiauchlon and Seymour sfi-u
ed for New York tonight. "Bill" Clark
reached Cincinnati this evening and will
take charge of lirst base tomorrow. Harrv
Davis i-oing to left Held. As now lined i.'p
the (Hants made tpilte a formidable team
of busmen, lioh.ny. Cla'k and Aleckin
will take thir turn in Cincinnati, anil
Flynn may get a trial at the Orioles In
B.iltlniore next Monday. Clark will with
out dimld, pitch the opening game ng.ilnst
the Cleveland al the Polo (iround next
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AMATEUR BALL NOTES.
The Blues. Jrs., would like to Join the
Pf.se Stealers' league. Answer through
The Tribune. II. Scragg, captain; W. Pur
The .Morning filorles of Dunmore will
play the Harmonies of the West Sld
.May 24. at 3..T0 o'clock sharp on the Bull's
Held grounds. Otinniore.
The Blues. Jr.. would like to hear from
the Base Stealers Friday afternoon at
4 p. m., on Moses Taylor hospital grounds.
W. Purrls, manager; K. Scragg. captain.
The Sliders defeated the Young Allien
cans on Wednesday hv a score of 14 to l.i.
Biitterles llonan and Tropp, for Sliders;
Schultz und llarte, for Young Americans.
The employes of Casey and Kellv's
brewery challenge the employes of tie
Scranton brewery to a game or ball at a
time ami place to be later agreed upon.
James Hnguerty, manager.
The Athletics of the West Side chub
lease any club In the city under Is ve.i'-s
of Hue. They would like to hear from the
Nationals of Pine Brook, the Uunmore
High School, the Volunteers of the West
Side and also the Taylor Beds. Answer
through The Tribune. T. Thomas, cap
tain; C, Wallace, manager.
FIGHT IS DECLARED OFF.
Judge Sprains His Ani.li-nnd Mill lie
Laid I'p for Threp Weeks.
The fight between James Judge, of
this city and John Cadden. of Plttston.
which was to be pulled off at Dtiryea
next Monday night, has been declared
off ami the $100 forfeit has been paid to
Judge forfeited because of a sprained
ankle, which he sustained Wednesday
night In a bout with his trainer, Billy
Vernon nt the club house, where he is
In training. He was taken to I Jr.
Thompson's private hospital, where Dr.
Burns encased the injured member in a
plaster cast. Judge was then taken
back to his room.' where, according p
the doctor's directions, he will have to
remain for three weeks.
Cadden's backers would not ngree to
a postponement, but promised to ar
range another light when Judge gets
on his feet ugaln.
Prince l.ief Wins the Oakley Derby.
(rntkley Race Track, O. May 21. Prince
Lier won the Oakley llerby by two
lengths Ben ICdor. second; Ben Brush,
third; Lokl, fourth. Time 2.USI4.
Trotting Races Postponed.
The races announced to take place at
the Driving park on Decoration Day have
ALL KINDS OF SPORT.
The cycle path from Asbury Park to
Tienton will' soon be complete, as the
work is being pushed rapidly along.
"oh, I'm Just going over for seven weeks
more, possibly," said "Billy Brady 'he
other day. "I'll do London, Paris and Ber
lin. Yes. I know Julian will be in Lon
don about the same time, probably to ce
whether the Britons will stand a Filz
simrnous Invasion or not. I'll be there
If there's any talking of light, and nt
tile tit'Ht suggestion, ('orbett's money Mill
be up to cover anything they may post.'-
TI,.. netv lieu jv.&vlulil Utin n,eiti..ldr.unu
laie now swearing by. Turn Sharkey, nick
named "Manor Minim,' is comparatively
unknown to the majority of ring devotee...
for soinu time in the west he has been
bailed as tile champion heavy-weight of
lhe Cnlted States navy. He was born in
Ireland in IS72. stands feet Inches tall
and Is said to have tin- dimensions of .1
gladiator. Ills lighting weight Is bo
Every horseman in the country will re.
grot the death of poor old Nightingale, 2."S,
nt Louisville Monday. She bad been out
Since ISs, when she was a 3-year-old: has
seventy -nine heats to her credit in 2.30 or
better ninl save a very few all were faster
than 2.311. She holds the world's 2-iuie
record, ii.1.11..., and lias a 2-mlle record of
4.3:!'4, which slends second to Ureeiilan
der's 4.32. Nightingale In 1SH3 won liar;
lord's $lu.0"i 2.20 slake, mid has ever been
prominent, although her ls!4 campaign
uas not particularly brilliant. She uas
better last season than ever in her lire.
Air. Hainllu has had many iiupilrles for
her from across the water, and last we -k
is said lo have refused $7,200 for her.
A llaller of Accent.
Siipsinlth--The lirst tiling the plirenol.i
glst said when be began to examine my
cwalilum was: "What a head!"
tiiliiishaw Are you sure he did nut says
"What, a head'.'
A FLORAL l.OYH STORY.
Fair (Marigold) a maiden was, (Sweet
Williaml was her lover;
Their path uas twined with (Ullersweet),
it did not run through (Clover).
The (Ladies' Tresses) raven were, her
cheeks a lovely (Ruse),
She wore tine "Lady's Slippers) to warm
her small ((I'luk) toe;-.
Her 1 Poppy 1 was an (Kldcr) who had u
(Mint) nf gold.
An awful old (Snapdragon), to make one's
blood rcn cold!
Ills temper wa l!l:e (Sour (Irass), hln
daughter's heart he wrung
With words Loth Itree and bitter he had
an (Adder's Tongue)!
The lover's hair whs like the (Flax), of
pure (lerinanlc type;
He wol 11 (Dutchman's Breeches), he
smoked a (Dutchman's Pipe).
He sent (.MarshmallowM by the pound.
and choicest (i tntc,;;rc. n);
She painted hii.i ( Fc.i'gct-.Me-Nols), the
blueit ever sccm!
He couldn't Ei-renadu her with the (Night
For every (Thyme) he tried It her fathor's
Anil so lie set a certain day to meet at
Her face was pale as (Snowdrops,) e'en
whither thiin her frock.
The lover vowed he'd (Pine) and die If she
should say him no,
And then he up ami kissed her beneath
My love will ( L;ve.fnr-pyer), my sweet,
will you be true?
Give me a lit le (Heartsease), Fay only 'I
tihe faltcri-d that for him alone she'd
(Orange Blo.'soms) wear,
Then swayed like supply ((Willow), and
tore her (Maidenhair)!
For (Alaildtr) than u hornet before them
stood her P0.1,
stucd her Pop,
Who swore he'd (Cane) the fellow until
he made him (liopi!
Oh, (illicitly up (P.oscniarry)! She cried,
"You'll (Hue) trp day,
Most cruel father! Haste, my dear and
(Lettuce) llec away!"
But that inhuman parent so plied his
(Birch) rod there
He settled all illrtHtion between that han.
Tho youth a monastery nought,' aiul
doned 11 black (.Monkshood)!
The maid ate (Poison Ivy), und died within
a wood. ' ...
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1 itrnisliiiit; Goods, CoiTe;t
KU.s In Fancy Shirts, lix
elusive and Kich Pattern).
Lowest Prices Prevail.
41 SPRUCE STREET.
oj LACKAWANNA AVE.
UIIIIUU U 1 Ii
now decides that Til
of tobacco, but the o
ng ever sawanci - j
You will never .1
good it is until -j
THE EEST IN THE MARKET
GREAT VARIETY CF SIZES.
4-4 LfiCKUrf.niM flVEIUi.
TEi3 Easiest Whes! fcr Ladies
To Mount is a Viidnihi. It li in t lie lowest nnd
struiiir?i.t Irainu uu.l cannut ha equiilinl fur
comlort, Victors, Uourlroim, Rlys and
Wynneivocils, in ('iiUli.-ss variety, now una.
liihition ut nur Ntnr..
312 AND Z4 LACKAWANNA AVI
Lackawanna A vena,
WitJton Bicycles are guar'
'The Winton Is a Winner.
The Hunt & Connncll C
NATIONAL iANK OF SCRANTON.
JOHN T. PORTEP. President.
W. W. WATSON, Vice President,
F. L. PHILLIPS, CASHIliR.
Rnhsrt Bftsdli, Jamrs M. F.verhnrt, Irving
A. Finch. Pierco B r'iuiey. Josnii .1. Jcrmyn,
H. h. K 'lneror, ( buries 1". Matihons, John T.
Porter, W. W. Wutaon, I'barles bculurfor, L
INTEREST PAI D ON TIHE
This bank InviMs the patronoga ot buiineu
Ban and firms gtunrally.
CHOICE OF "v I,,
50c. SHIRT WASST
FOR 25 CENTS,
Every Horning Until 1 1 OXlock.
We supply Moth Proof
Suits and Jackets.
New York Cloak
hrancis Fitz Gibbon, J? 11
Made and Sold in Six Months, ending flarch 1, 1896,
Total Product of
The A Mill Alone produced 1,000,000 Barrels.
Largest Run on Record.
Washburn. Crosby's Superlative is sold everywhere from tlio
Pacific Coast to St. John's, New Foundland, and in I'.nxlund, Ireland
and Scotlund very largely, and U recognized us the best flour in the
Appropriate Buildings Contribute Dividends
Exceptionally Fair. General HOME Industry
ustly Keeps LUMBER
resent Duality Retains
Value With Xpectancy,
Richards Lumber Co., Comith Bld'g. Scranton, Pa.
THIRD NATIONAL BANK
Capital, - - $200,000
Surplus, - - 300,000
Undivided Profits, 64,000
Special attention given to Business and Personal
3 Interest Paid on Interest Deposits.
'Bolts, Nuts, Bolt Ends, Turnbuckles, Washers, Rir
cts, Horse Nails, Files, Taps, Dies, Tools and Suj
plies. Sail Duck for mine use in stock.
SOFT STEEL HORSE SHOES
and a full stock of Wagon Makers' Supplies, Wheels,
Hubs, Rims, Spokes, Shafts, Poles, Bows, etc.
Via. . ViFin iV7AAtI
(f5 Wtitn in detiM what to
BMUlt ill 4 Weka rvey o order r aHv
For talc by JOHN H. PHELP& Pharmaelsti oor. Wyoming AvoniM an
fprtieoStroot. Soranton P.
Bags Free with Capes, Cloaks
and Suit House,
Moving Naturally. Our
Steady TRADE Upon
Yours Z-zling 422, &c.
um for Ntrvom neWHtr, I.mi of tmtl ?owr (in cither
ki, nr,ijo,mv, mwityny, ircci no oiner wcaitnwMii mom any causa, tiia
S(kne ftlU. Drain checked and full vifnr qukkly rettorM. If nerlectt d. tueh
riuilldc PMl.1t fslsllv. kia, mA BauH.kua .Hlul u tm . ' ii.i.l
a legal aniarantM lo cum av refind th asoiMy. Addttt